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good morning, america. this morning -- breaking news overnight. a mysterious explosion kills two people and damages more than a dozen home. right now, there's still no word that caused the blast that decimated an entire neighborhood. uncovered. a flood of new details this morning about how the fbi discovered the extramarital affair that brought down america's top spy as we learn more about the highly-accomplished woman at the center of this scandal. an exclusive interview with a wounded warrior who she helped. black thursday backlash. holiday shopping season is starting earlier than ever with many stores opening their doors on thanksgiving offering better bargains. but now, some employees are fighting back. ♪
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and boyfriend no more. the headline gripping tween girls worldwide. the biebs is single. we have new pictures of a crestfallen ex-girlfriend selena gomez. a look at how other young couples have done after a breakup in the spotlight. ♪ good morning, everybody. >> we warned you yesterday that this breakup was happening. now it's official. >> we're all absorbing the news. >> ron? >> ron, particularly. >> it's rough. >> rough. we should say, we do have some holiday shopping news. not only as we mentioned before, not only is the holiday season starting early and some people are upset about that, also the thieves are getting an early start. take a look at this surveillance
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video, thieves ripping gifts that people have put on layaway. coming up, why this is some of diabolical double-dipping. also this morning -- coffee lovers, listen up. experts are now warning that the most common beans used for your morning cup of joe could dry up and become extinct. we'll tell you why and if anything can be done from happening. also, at the top of the show this morning, we want to give a big shoutout to everyone on this veterans day. to all of america's fighting men and women overseas and those who have returned home. you're looking at a live shot of the tomb of the unknown soldier. once again, a big salute to all of our fighting men and women. but we're going start here this half-hour with that mystery and fatal explosion in indianapolis. look, more than a dozen homes destroyed.
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abc's john schriffen is on the story. john, good morning. >> reporter: our affiliate is now reporting at least two people are dead, eight others injured. the blast rocked the neighborhood when many were asleep. forced to quickly grab their pets and flee in their pajamas. authorities have been using searchlights going door to door to see if the number of victims will grow. those at the scene said it looked like a war zone. a deafening explosion late saturday night, left this quiet suburban neighborhood up in flames. two houses leveled. two others set ablaze and more than 200 people forced from their homes. the scene, collapsed walls and metal from cars melted. the blast could be heard from miles around. compelling neighbors to jump into action. >> as soon as i got to the house and i heard those people screaming, all i could think
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was, these people need to get out. >> reporter: the shock waves blew out windows and garage doors of nearby houses. many damaged by flying debris. >> as soon as you go outside it was like it was snowing. insulation falling down from the sky. the house, that i just saw, was just gone. there was nothing left. >> reporter: many neighbors are staying with relatives and friends. others are sleeping on cots at a local elementary school. they should have a better understanding of what caused when the sun comes up. we turn now to the latest on the bombshell that's still reverberating through washington. more details about the shocking scandal that cost the head of the cia his job. david kerley has new information about david petraeus' extramarital affair came to light. >> reporter: we're learning
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stunning details about this scandal. about a frighten e-mail that brought down david petraeus. it was an affair between petraeus and his biographer paula broadwell. broadwell had access to petraeus. when he was running the war in afghanistan. >> they trusted me. i was able to get great access. i got to know his family and his mentors. >> reporter: confirmed as cia director more than a year ago. several sources tell abc news that it was an e-mail that unravelled the affair. a couple of months ago, a woman apparently in the tampa area, with a association with david petraeus, received a strange and harassing e-mail she not mied the fbi, which launched the investigation. the e-mail was traced back to the computer of paula broadwell. but what agents found instead of a compromised account, were
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salacious e-mails between petraeus and broadwell. >> there had been rumors of an affair between him and broadwell for some time. >> he has written a book about petraeus that will be released next year. >> but, frankly, i didn't believe them and neither did just about anybody else i knew. he just didn't seem the type. >> reporter: martha raddatz reports that some of his afghanistan staff worried about how it looked with broadwell spending so much time with him. the investigation has been under way for a couple of months. an official tells abc news that it was just tuesday evening that the head of national intelligence was told. james talked to petraeus several times that night and wednesday. advising the cia director to resign. thursday at the white house, petraeus offered his resignation to the president, who waited 24 hours to accept. so shocking, because petraeus himself had been critical of officers guilty of infidelity.
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>> he spoke of them in this tone of contempt that they had engaged in this type of dishonorable behavior. >> this morning, he has no plans to start the investigation. into petraeus' activities with broadwell. >> david, so many people are questioning the timing of this, coming just days after the election, if the fbi had been investigating the situation for months, how is it the white house and congress were both left in the dark? >> reporter: peter king one of those raising questions. no response directly from the white house yet. intelligence committee, investigators for the intelligence community will say, listen, this wasn't a matter of national security. what they found was really a personnel issue. >> all right, i have a feeling that this story is far from over.
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david, thank you so much. dan? this scandal has derailed two promising careers. paula broadwell is a lifelong overachiever, she graduated from harvard, wrote a best-selling book, homecoming queen, a triathlete and mother of two. >> reporter: i spoke to friends and colleagues who knew paula broadwell. the picture emerges is someone who devoted to philanthropy. they called her the star of her generation at west point. >> technology can't solve all of the problems. >> reporter: she was featured in a documentary about weapons system. while she's know for her good looks, military smarts and enviable physique, friends said that she was also devoted to the cause of wounded warriors, making it even more ironic that this scandal
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comes on veterans day weekend. >> takes the time to help somebody like me. there's not much time left for indiscretions. >> reporter: david bixler, a wounded warrior knows paula through a charity foundation. last week, broadwell was scheduled to skydive but donated it to bixler. in an exclusive interview with abc news, he questions these latest allegations. >> i have some serious questions about who's connecting these dots and how. >> reporter: some of her colleagues say that she's someone to be admired, also said that she's reversed the cause of young women in the military. those who know her said that she was facebook all the time. on friday morning, her 40th birthday, she posted an a message about mortality and exercise. friends say that a likely clue that she had no ideas that hours later her
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entire profile would be wiped. not sure when her husband learned about this affair. but this image was etched on the driveway outside the home. broadwell was celebrate to her 40th birthday at a dinner at washington. her husband called and canceled the event late friday. dan? >> thank you. so, how does this scandal likely to play for a newly-re-elected president? abc's george stephanopoulos is here. george, good morning. lot of people, especially on the republican side, raising questions about the timing. as asked in her questions, some people say that this is a little fishy. does this scandal, does it have the potential to derail the president's agenda? >> i don't think so. i was a little surprised that this had gone on for several months. apparently, the white house wasn't told until wednesday. as long as that holds up, you won't see any national security
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implications. but what you will see, the president was already planning to replace secretary of state hillary clinton and secretary of defense leon p pennetta was planning on leaving. and there's that investigation of what happened in benghazi going on. >> and i want to ask you about that because david he tpetraeus set to testify on benghazi this week. the republicans aren't happy about that. >> unlikely to be good enough for a lot of members of congress. peter king wants to speak petraeus directly. this week, i'll be talking to saxby chambliss. do they still want to hear from david petraeus himself? we'll see what he says. >> quickly, george, on the fiscal cliff, the tax hikes that will go into effect on january 1st, the president is saying i want to raise taxes on rich people. the republicans said, no go.
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do you see any pathway to a deal here? >> there's going to have to be a pathway to a deal here. as you point out, you'll have a big hit on january 1st, spending cuts and tax increases. right now, both sides are dug in. there's some middle ground. is there a way to get new revenue out of the wealthy without raising their rates? >> george, thank you. as always, george has a must-watch show this morning. patty murray and saxby chambliss and his powerhouse roundtable. all coming up on "this week." let's get over to ron claiborne with the other top stories. good morning, everyone. we begin with politics. they finally finished counting ballots in florida. the official winner in that state barack obama. president obama edged out mitt romney by 74,000 out of 8 million cast. the governor of florida will seek to see what it can do to improve the voting process in florida.
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many people waited as long as seven hours to cast their ballots. power is finally coming back for thousands of people in new jersey still in the dark since superstorm sandy. people should have power restore today. 98% of homes and businesses in new york have their lights back on. but progress is much slower on long island where hundreds of angry residents protested outside of power companies. and actors justin timberlake and jessica biel were among the volunteers helping clean up storm-ravaged rockaways queen. they were handing out food and supplies to victims of the area which was hard hit by that storm. and the country's largest four-year college system is looking to crackdown on so-called superseniors. officials at the california state university system which has over 400,000 students they'll vote this week on
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what they're calling graduation incentive themes. encouraging students to finish their degrees in four years, to make room for new students, triple the costs for students that take five years to finish. finally, the newest balloons in macy's thanksgiving day parade. they went out for a test-drive. hundreds of volunteers took hello kitty, papa smurf and elf on the shelf for a spin on saturday. >> are you looking forward to that parade? >> very much so. sometimes they have crashed into street lights. they have to be careful. >> we're hoping that doesn't happen this year. enough with the crane in new york. time now to check the weather, ginger zee in the house. good morning. >> one of the biggest snow totals that we found yesterday was in montana, they had 48 inches. parts of colorado had a lot in the mountains itself.
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denver, 1 to 2 inch. created a little problem on a runway here. kmgh, our official abc station there got this photo. and real, i wasn't a huge problem, it slid off the runway, passengers were okay. farther east, in central kansas, just west of wichita, look at the lightning in the middle of that storm. incredible stuff. tumbleweeds very kansaslike. there were about severe weather reports yesterday. severe weather is going to be an issue here today. here's the area that i'm most concerned with. little rock, shreveport. anywhere in northeast texas, be aware later this afternoon and evening. rain in a lot of places. iowa down into missouri, the heart of the heaviest rain. chicago gets into it later tonight. that game you got at soldier, bring the rain gear for that one. then you have the cold, look at how icy it is. sacramento is at 35. burbank, 45. some freeze warnings and watches out. a nice day ahead in the northeast.
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temperatures. 70 in pittsburgh. new york city will be 63. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> i'm so excited. i haven't been to chicago much since i left. i got a picture from chicago. i'm going this week, i'm pumped up. hail, yesterday, in naperville. then -- >> that's a meteorologist through and through. >> california. a little mist around the top of
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the mountain. beautiful shots. dan and bianna? >> safe to say, ginger has different tastes in weather than most human beings. >> all right, thank you, ginger. now to the backlash to black thursday. holiday shopping blitz traditionally begins the day after thanksgiving, otherwise known as black friday. but some major retailers just announced they'll be opening their doors earlier than ever this holiday shopping season on thanksgiving night, in fact, and not everyone is taking the news so well. some employees are up in arms of giving up one of their favorite holidays. abc's tanya rivero is here with their story. >> that's right. store workers are saying enough is enough. last year, many started working before midnight on thanksgiving. many have to come in so early they can't have dinners with their families this year. they're organizing and fighting back. forget black friday. this year, many retailers are betting you'll want to start
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tackling your christmas list and possibly other shoppers as soon as you put down your pumpkin pie. walmart, sears and k-mart will open with door-busting deals at 8:00 p.m. this thanksgiving day. while best buy, macy's and kohl's will open at midnight. while some shoppers are game -- >> we do lunch between the hours of 12:00 and 3:00. relaxing. instead of watching football we can be doing some shopping. >> reporter: others say, enough already. >> americans are unique in the world because we celebrate thanksgiving day. >> reporter: but turning turkey day black has many store workers seeing red. >> i think everyone in america tends to want to celebrate. >> reporter: led by, retailers are now asking their employees to save thanksgiving and stick with last year's black friday opening times, so they can have dinner with their families. holiday shopping is expected to
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jump more than 4% this year. and competition is fierce. >> we're really excited about the 8:00 start date. not only to be competitive but to beat our competitor's requests. >> if they treat their employees right, i think it will be a wonderful environment. >> reporter: still, the savviest business tactics may be taking the high road. some stores, like nordstrom's win customers by not decking the halls early. as it moves up every year, many are wondering how far or how low can stores go? >> thanksgiving should be recognized as thanksgiving. and not thanksgiving/christmas. >> it's likely all of the same deals that can be found on thanksgiving or black friday this year can also be found online. the only reason to hit the actual stores is if you're worried about inventory running out or if you love the thrill of shopping. >> so many people worried about both. love shopping and worried about things running out.
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>> i'll be on my couch. >> in a food coma. >> thank you. if you're drinking your morning coffee right now, we got potentially catastrophic news for you. >> that's right. your morning cup of joe could become a thing of the past. experts say the main bean used to make coffee is drying up. john muller is here with more. say it ain't so, john. >> you got it right, all of you coffee drinkers out there, i'm feeling your pain on this one. no matter how you like your coffee. the coffee bean may be going to way of the dinosaur. we're talking about the extinction if you believe this new study. >> thank you. >> reporter: from a simple cup of joe to a mocha frappuccino, what opens eyes of americans on a daily basis. but a new study is dark with no sugar. it says climate change has the arabica plant headed for extinction. as soon as the year 2080 >> right now, i'm addicted to
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coffee. >> i need something that's going to give me that energy. >> reporter: scientists ran computer models on global warming, finding that if their worst estimates come true, in 68 years, there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. it could mean extinction of beans grown on farms. imagine it. a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks and survive their commutes to work? what would happen to juan valdez? >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: where would friends go to meet without coffee? nearly 7 million tons of beans produced worldwide each year, it's the second most traded commodity behind oil. over 80% of americans drink it.
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spending on average $164 a year. >> diet coke will still be around? >> maybe we can up with some synthetic thing to replace it. >> now, skeptics of global warming say it's all temptess in a teapot. that's 68 years away. anyone enjoying their coffee this morning, take heart, we'll be extinct before the coffee bean. according to this study. >> enjoy your coffee. we should say, though, although we had a little bit of fun, global warming is no joke. coming up here -- holiday shopping season starting early for criminals. surveillance video of thieves stealing stuff that people had put on layaway. also ahead -- solo act. tween favorites justin bieber and selena gomez go their separate ways. so, will they fare better than other young couples who have gone through very public breakups of their own?
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and, that's the video of the morning. how will this feline react to some gentle taunting from a yoga mat. we'll freeze it right there. keep it here on "good morning america" this sunday. i was living with this all-over pain.
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♪ we are never ever ever getting back together ♪ >> oh, hollywood heart ache. first justin and britney. robert pattinson and kristen stewart. well, now, justin bieber and selena gomez are done. so, how do young celebrity couples handle their very public breakups without damaging their careers? serious business dating in hollywood and the entertainment world. good morning, america, i'm bianna golodryga. >> lot of drama. >> there is. >> good morning, everyone, i'm dan harris. it's sunday, november 11th. also coming up -- superstorm sandy produces new york city's newest star. she's been called the human emoticon. his sign language interpreter. it's going viral.
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but first, we were talking earlier about how stores are starting holiday shopping early, so are thieves. ripping off gifts that people have on layaway. this may be the start of a worrying trend. mark greenblatt is on the story. good morning, sir. >> reporter: good morning. they're being called real-life grinches. robbers knock off walmarts stealing gifts for the holidays. people who had these gifts on layaway. they're getting an early start this year. you might recall wild fights breaking out on black friday last year, or even sights like this. all in the pursuit of a bargain. >> we got it. >> reporter: well, this year, police say the group you're looking at wanted to get a head start. they're seen walking out of walmart in taylor, pennsylvania, without paying for tools they would later use to break into these trailers where layaway gifts are held for people. >> people have been through so much.
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now they're hitting them before christmas. terrible. >> reporter: the stolen christmas range from toys, to bikes, to electronics. thousands dollars of merchandise now gone. police believe that the group consists of three men and one woman. in their teens, early 20s. they're said to knock off a second walmart the same way nearby. >> it's a sign of the times. >> reporter: the preholiday heists come just as walmart is stocking up nationwide for what its ceo calls the best friday ever. in a statement, they say, it's really someone would steal gifts for the holiday. at the end of the day, we'll do what is right for the customer. law enforcement experts that thefts raise about 30%. when crooks have their eyes wide open for a steal of a deal. >> it's a lot easier for a thief during the holidays because of the sheer volume. what happens is, it becomes a target-rich environment for thieves.
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>> reporter: and no arrests reported in this case. walmart will take the financial hits on its own. replace any stolen merchandise to its customers so they don't lose out. dan and bianna, the good news is, the real-life grinches aren't going to steal the holidays. >> let's hope they find them, mark. >> thank you very much, mark. let's take a look at other stories developing this morning. for that, as always. good morning, everyone. in the news, crews in indianapolis are searching through the rubble after a massive explosion damaged two homes. at least two people were killed and eight others were injured. officials don't know what caused that blast. and new details of the affair that forced david petraeus to step down. as head of the cia. abc news has learned that paula broadwell sent a strange and harassing e-mail to another
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woman that was traced back to broadwell's computer. that triggered the investigation that uncovered their relationship. and the new james bond film skyfall had more than $30 million in ticket sales on friday, setting it up to be the biggest opening weekend ever for the franchise. time now for the weather and over to ginger. >> vail opens at the end of the week. they had about a half a foot of snow. that's yesterday and today, we get a picture from there. beautiful. beaver creek, just getting excited to ski. snow fell in the mountains in the west. 48 inches in montana. but there's another storm heading toward the pacific northwest. seattle 46. you'll get some rain and some mountain snows over the cascades and other areas. look at this cold front dividing the country. today -- denver, 37. kansas city, 43 behind it. st. louis, 76. you're going to have that severe
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weather pocket in missouri and northeast texas. i'll leave you with a look across the nation. but for now, that's the big picture. let's get a look a little closer to home. get a look a little closer to home. >> this weather report has been brought to you by macy's. dan and bianna. >> thank you, ginger. coming up here on "good morning america" -- justin bieber single again. and we've got the pictures of an unhappy ex-girlfriend selena gomez. how do they survive breaking up in the spotlight? the big question after the break. also ahead -- talk about the balancing act. look at the dog that stays on all fours even while walking on a tight rope. you'll see his act coming up. my friend told me about a great new way to get deals. it's called bankamerideals, from bank of america. i choose the cash back deals in my mobile or online banking.
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it helps cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. ♪ we are never ever ever get back together ♪ >> you know what, i do like this song. i'll admit that. rachel smith has the heartbreak in hollywood.
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after two years together, justin bieber and selena gomez are no more. their romance has gone the way like justin and britney and nick and jessica. >> so, the big question this morning -- how do young couples survive a breakup in the spotlight. rachel? >> good morning, guys. we talked about the adorable couple possibly calling it quits yesterday, but now trust issues are to blame. these stars break up and make up just like the rest of us. but when you're considered a high-profile young power couple it's become a hollywood biggest headline. ♪ >> well, the world didn't end. but the young love between justin bieber and selena gomez allegedly did. ♪ >> reporter: according to multiple reports, she let him go about a week ago. these new photos of gomez taking at l.a.x. airport showing his
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former flame looking none too happy after the breakup. the young hollywood couple were a match made in tween heaven. the pop sensations went public with their relationship nearly two years ago, at the vanity fair oscar party in 2011. selena then 18 and justin only 16. since then their high-profile relationship has played out in headlines. some, good. and others, the farthest thing from a teenage dream. with paparazzi chasing their every move, in attempts to break the latest story. for months, rumors have been swirling that the couple called it quits. >> what went long, they're always breaking up and getting back together because they're young. >> of course, this wouldn't be the first young hollywood love song to come to an end. ♪ >> reporter: but how might it compare?
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>> reporter: ten years ago, teen heartthrobs justin timberlake and britney spears experienced splitsville. justin timberlake just tied the knot with jessica biel. britney spears is currently engaged to her former manager jason trawick. then there's pop singers nick lachey and jessica simpson, who have found happily ever after elsewhere. after their divorce, nick found love and marriage with vanessa minnillo. and jessica is on her wedded to bliss with eric johnson. both welcomed their first children in 2012. or maybe this will be a quick kiss and makeup, torn from tale
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of the "twilight" stars, kristen stewart and robertinson. >> we don't know which way it's going to go. there's no prediction. >> no matter the outcome of these high-profile relationships, the couple don't farewell. >> all of those stories bring back memories. >> oh, yes. right? >> we're rooting for those couples. they seem happy now. all right, rachel. coming up here on "good morning america" -- make your move. we'll show you the copy cat on the yoga mat. "fixation" is next. we'll show you how this thing turns out. turns out, next. on my spaghetti. ce the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down. and you can't grow your enamel back. i was quite surprised, as only few as four exposures a day what that can do to you. it's quite a lesson learned. my dentist recommended that i use pronamel. because it helps to strengthen the enamel. he recommended that i use it every time i brush. you feel like there is something that you're doing to help safeguard against the acid erosion. and i believe it's doing a good job.
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we comb the internet for the craziest stuff that we can find and we bring it to you. >> ron found a good one for me today. usually, most dog owners are excited when their dogs learn how to roll over or fetch. this one dog owner took it to the next level. here's ozzie, almost 4 years old. he's a border collie. he learned how to walk a tight rope. watch, watch, watch, watch. >> is he having fun? >> i know, he looks nervous. >> here, watch. there he goes. he did it. >> it's all about the frisbee. >> powerful incentive there. all right, from the world of sports. i want to show you a video which is going to blow your mind. tricks done by guys that called themselves dude perfect. look at this. >> that's definitely fake. >> he bounces it into the basket. >> you love these clips. is it real or not?
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>> it's real. it's as real as real gets, as a matter of fact. >> whoa! >> right in the basket. >> anger management. >> that was pretty cool. so we're going back to the world of animals for a second. this is a nice, young lady on a yoga mat taunting an innocent cat and the cat copies her. just watch this. and enjoy. who says cats are hard to train? >> what position is that? >> that's downward dog. >> is there a toy in this? >> i don't think there's any incentive. >> that's a yoga instructor. during superstorm sandy, all of you saw the sign language
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interpreter alongside the mayor. we're going to make her more famous. a youtube video that i want to show you here. she's lip dubbing. the videomaker said, this isn't to poke fun, but how much everyone loves her. >> it was impressive to watch and her colleagues. >> fan pages sprouted up. dedicated to her. she's now a genuine celeb. good for her. the mayor chose well and she does well with that. also, tweet us at bianna golodryga, if you can spell it. lot of consonants in that. we'll be right back. k. ♪ when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast, i need all the help i can get.
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lot more news coming up during the course of today. "this week" with george stephanopoulos coming up shortly and later today david muir back with "world news" on this sunday night. and as we leave you, on this veterans day, we take this live picture from arlington national cemetery, a reminder that veterans day isn't just a three-day weekend.
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